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democrats in the november mid terms, whether or not they get it true. >> a lot of people in america irritated over that issue. and your second guest is in charge of recruiting g.o.p. candidates for the upcoming mid term election and the republican party think they have a good chance of taking over seats but a lot of time will have passed between health care reform and these elections. >> that's right. and some people are suggesting that the g.o.p. may have had peaked too early with scott brown in masshusetts in january but all of the signs are that republicans will have a good night on election night. you may not have heard about this guy but stick around to see him. his name is kevin mccarthy from california. he's not only in charge of recruiting candidates and they have a good year because it looks like a good election, he's also this charge of writing this year's version of the contract with america. that was the 1994 document that newt gingrich put together that helped the republicans take back control of the house for the first time in 40 years. kevin mccarty is writing this ye
coming to america. host chris wallace joins us with a preview of today's show. good morning, chris. >> good morning. i don't know, i am worn out about the capitals. that game last night, i wept through -- kent through the five stages of group and i thought that they came back was unbelievable. >> they are known for the miraculous comebacks. so john mccain, he really has been kind of quiet after the election. now he's really starting to regain his footing as a critic of president obama. >> well that's exactly right. and we're going to have him as our exclusive guest at the top of the hour. over the course of the career, he looks for bipartisan agreement and reaches across the aisle and he has now become the leading critic of the obama agenda in the u.s. senate and some people are suggesting maybe because he faces a challenge from his right in the g.o.p. primary. he's running for re-election in arizona and wants to protect his right flank. whatever the reason, whether it's taxes or financial regulation or iran, he's been very critical and we'll ask him about that and his political si
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